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Unconventional fuel projects require efficient water strategy to maximize shale gas and oil production. Learn how GE Water can improve your ROI today.
Water Treatment Solutions for Unconventional Gas Brochure. The prospects of natural gas are powerful. Unconventional gas sources - shale and tight gas, and coal seam gas are among the three most viable today - and innovative drilling methods are making up an increasingly larger percent of the supply picture for a renewable energy future. The opportunities are great and so are the challenges.
One-page overview. Support document for "A menu of State Policy Good Practices for Unconventional Natural Gas Development" White Paper. Unconventional gas, notably shale gas, can be exploited economically with the right policies in place.
Unconventional Gas White paper which covers keep issues in treatment of produced water for shale gas production
Thermal Evaporative Treatment capability profile
Unconventional natural gas development has grown rapidly in the US in recent years, driven largely by production from shale and tight sandstone formations. The federal government regulates several aspects of oil and gas exploration and production through various statutory and regulatory schemes, but states have traditionally held primary regulatory responsibility for oil and gas development on p<...
Water volume and water quality are critical issues for the coal seam gas production industry. In fact, one well of coal seam gas could produce more than 17,000 gallons (64.4 m3) of water per day,and the challenge is recovering the water for reuse, concentrating the salts and disposing of the waste in ways that minimize impact to the local water sources and the environment.
Article reprint. The impact tight oil processing can have on a refinery, particularly the considerations that must be given to desalter performance, corrosion and fouling control.
Research Istitute Uses GE InnovOx TOC Analyzer to Evaluate Hydraulic Fracturing and Oil Exploration Produced Water.
This whitepaper by GE and Water Resources Institute looks at industries that face risks related to water and energy supply and emerging solutions to address their reliance on scarce resources.
Presented at the 2010 Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Technologies Conference. Provides a case study of a produced water evaporator and drum boiler system , detailing data regarding the process advancements and optimizations that have been implemented.
Demonstrates how ZCore increases water throughput and reduces TSS for deep well injection for Unconventional Gas
Technology and Service Solutions for today’s needs and innovation for tomorrow’s produced water reuse challenges.
RIGHT-CLICK TO OPEN IN NEW TAB OR WINDOW. GE’s Mobile Primary Treatment Systems are designed to meet the challenges of various feed waters and reuse water specifications. Integrating highly automated physical and chemical solutions, our produced water reuse system can operate effectively in the most demanding environments, allowing operators to focus on their drilling, completions and production<...
This document is a one page summary of the GE Water & Process Technologies products, services, aquisitions, innovations and expansions.
Presented at the International Water Conference (IWC) in November 2012.
GE and Accenture fielded a survey iexplored the state of Big Data analytics and how it is being viewed across eight industries. Sectors surveyed were Aviation, Wind, Power Generation, Power Distribution, Oil and Gas, Rail, Manufacturing, Mining, and the the US Healthcare industry. Companies represented had revenues in excess of $150 million, with more than half of them having revenues of $1 billi<...